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OLTL Teasers: Week of January 18 Edition

OLTL Teasers: Week of January 18 Edition

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Monday, January 18, 2010 at 3:00 PM ET by Scotty Gore

(SoapOperaNetwork.com) — “One Life to Live” Teasers and Episode Titles for the Week of January 18, 2010.


  • Monday: “One Fish, Two Fish, Rex Fish, Sky (Blue) Fish” — Dorian works to convince Charlie to murder Mitch.  Viki is grateful when Charlie returns home without drinking.  Bo reminds Rex that he is there for him.  Gigi realizes that something is troubling Schuyler.  Kyle hates keeping Stacy and Schuyler’s little secret.
  • Tuesday: “Manning the Flames of Doubt” — Kim asks Schuyler to get a drug that will induce labor.  Téa and Danielle return to Llanview.  Rachel dodges Danielle’s questions about Todd.  Danielle researches her father’s unsavory past on the Internet.  Blair drags Todd to visit Starr on her birthday.
  • Wednesday: “Father Knows Worst” — Danielle learns all about Todd, who doesn’t look forward to having to explain his actions.  Téa tells Todd that Ross is alive and that he is the reason they returned to home. Matthew is surprised to see Danielle, who expresses her disgust at Todd being her biological father. Téa finds Danielle missing when she returns to Rachel’s apartment.  Fish and Kyle must bide their time.
  • Thursday: “Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water” — Marty refuses to help Todd make himself look good in his daughter’s eyes.  Todd is mortified when Téa tips him off to the fact that Danielle already knows all about him.  Matthew introduces Danielle to her new sister.  Mitch wants to meet with Jessica.  Charlie gives Dorian an answer to her offer.
  • Friday: “Already Gone”— Brody confronts Mitch on the docks, while Nurse Charles goes after Jessica.  John prevents Brody from stangling Mitch.  Todd and Téa search for Danielle.  Ford kisses Langston.  Charlie and Mitch make an agreement.

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